State CET Cell, Maharashtra is going to release the MHT CET PCB Admit Card 2021 soon. The conducting body has not announced an exact date of release of the admit card although the Cell has already released the PCM group admit card of the MHT CET 2021 exam on September 14, 2021.
MHT CET PCB Admit Card 2021 is for the Agriculture & Allied Courses and Pharmacy admission entrance tests. Candidates who have applied for admission to such courses have to appear in the PCB group exams as per the schedule notified by the State CET Cell. The MHT CET 2021 exam for both groups is scheduled to be held from September 20 to October 01, 2021. However, the exact date of exam for Engineering/Technology/Agriculture/Pharmacy streams will be notified only on the admit card.
While the MHT CET PCM Admit Card 2021 was released 06 days before the commencement of the exam on September 14, 2021, the PCB admit card is yet to be published. With the exam scheduled to commence on September 20, 2021, it is expected that the admit card may release anytime now. Once released, the admit card will be available for download up to October 01, 2021.
Once released, registered candidates will be able to download the MHT CET PCB Admit Card 2021 from the official link updated on the website cetcell.mahacet.org. Candidates must know the login credentials to download the admit card. These include the Application Number and Date of Birth.
Here are the steps to follow to download the MHT CET PCB Admit Card 2021
- Open the website cetcell.mahacet.org using any compatible internet browser.
- Now, on the left-side click on MHT CET 2021.
- The link to download the MHT CET Admit Card 2021 for PCB group appears after this.
- Click on the download link and enter the login credentials.
- Click on Login to open and download the admit card easily.
MHT CET 2021 Exam Pattern
In MHT CET 2021 exam, there are three papers. Paper I is for Mathematics, Paper-II is for Physics and Chemistry and Paper III is for Biology subject. Candidates have to appear in the exam in two papers only based on their chosen subject group.
- Those who have opted for PCM group exams have to appears in Paper I and II only.
- Those who have opted for PCB group exams have to appear in Paper II and III only.
Each paper carries a total of 100 marks and candidates are given a time limit of 90 minutes to complete the test for each paper. Furthermore, each question in the exam carries 02 marks in Mathematics and 01 marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects respectively. For further details. candidates can refer to the official website.